Scuba and All-Inclusives

Old Jun 11th, 1999, 01:16 PM
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Scuba and All-Inclusives

I am interested in learning about any all-inclusives that include Scuba as part of the deal. I am aware of Sandals & Breezes but wondering about any others. Looking for both Caribbean and Mexico areas.
Thanks in advance. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Old Jun 17th, 1999, 09:15 AM
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Hi Anne,
I realize I'm not really answering your question but in my experience I've found it better not to have diving as part of the all-inclusive package you purchase. That way, you can purchase the package that is right for you once you're on location. Otherwise, you may be paying for something you won't use. If you would like information on all-inclusive resorts with dive centres, don't hesitate to write me directly.
Old Jun 17th, 1999, 04:22 PM
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As far as I know Scuba is not included in Superclubs resort package ( only intro class ). I may be wrong, but from what I've read in their brochure (we are going to Breezes Bahamas long weekend in July) scuba is not listed as one of their inclusions. Just thought I'd better mention that if this is an important feature.
Old Jun 18th, 1999, 12:19 PM
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Just got back from Sandals Negril and loved it. Diving is included, 2 Dives a day if you are certified (bring your card) and 1 a day if you aren't. Night dives are extra. I loved getting the diving included because we didn't have to worry about anything, didn't have to take money, didn't have to carry anything either. Since we weren't going on a heavy "diving" trip I loved it because we could dive whenever we wanted, or not dive if we just wanted to hang out. If you are a serious diver and you want to dive a lot, there are a couple of places in Bonair and others that offer all-inclusive without the diving, but Sandals, Lido and Couples all include it. I loved it.
Old Aug 25th, 1999, 06:15 PM
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Diving, go Sandals! We have been to both Sandals in St. Lucia and the Dunn's river and the Ochos Rios in Jamaica it was always great. We learned diving with Sandals they have great equipement and staff. The resort course is free and you can go diving each day even if you are not certified, if you want to get certified you have to pay but as I said for diving at Sandal's that is not even necessary. We also aked Breezes in Cuba, there only 3 dives for 7 day-stay are for free...I say Sandals you get what you paid for!

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